This should be the high flying version of a blog. Over this last weekend Zip Wire Flying should have happened at the Eden Project but Covid afflicted one of our friends and the group activity has been postponed. Instead a weekend in coastal towns and on the High Sea has filled our days and indeed led to this late blog, colour and not location is the flavour of this late blog. Sunday Cornwall thought it was in Greece. We stayed in the village of Golant just two miles up the river from our family favourite Fowey, more of that later in the week. Fowey River Class Dinghies created the first kick of colour.
We had over an hour to wait for the ferry to Mevagissy but being at the turning buoy kept us entertained and the sunshine was very welcome on our faces.
The slipway for the Fowey to Mevagissy Ferry couldn’t have been more Greek.
The ride was a little more lively than the average ferry.
We landed in yet more Hellenic vistas.
Meva harbour also joined in the colour project.
Two days with virtually no signal and no wifi does not a daily blog make. Normal service will resume tomorrow.
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How lovely and colourful.
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